Some people have strange talents. Take Patrick Stanton—he has managed to win this contest for the second year in a row. Patrick correctly identified a mind-boggling 46 characters on this year’s B Side cover, no small feat.

This year, we’ve provided a detailed key of everyone and everything that appears on Jason Wyatt Frederick’s Pitchfork cover. Take a look below and see what you might have missed (and use the image above for reference). And keep checking back here for the rest of our coverage of this year’s Pitchfork Music Festival.

1. Majical Cloudz
2. Electric Hawk
3. Sun Kil Moon
4. Lake of Dracula
5. Urge Overkill
6. Deafheaven
7. Cloud Nothings
8. King Diamond
9. Matt Skiba (Alkaline Trio)
10. Beck
11. Tim and Katie Tuten (the Hideout)
12. Circulatory System
13. Donald Trump
14. Dum Dum Girls
15. George Lucas
16. Chance the Rapper
17. Jessica Hopper
18. Jim DeRogatis
19. Perfect Pussy
20. Claudio Velez, aka the Tamale Guy
21. Hundred Waters
22. Neneh Cherry & RocketNumberNine
23. Slowdive
24. Taryn Parker
25. Neutral Milk Hotel
26. Naked Raygun
27. Bear Claw
28. Pusha T
29. Wild Beasts
30. Joakim Noah
31. Lilli Carré
32. Arman Mabry
33. Laura Park
34. Doug Sohn, aka Hot Doug
35. Lovely Little Girls
36. Jim Zespy and Steve “Steve-O” Segel (Logan Hardware)
37. Wesley Willis
38. Dave Brockie of Gwar, aka Oderus Urungus
39. The Walking Man, aka the Walking Dude
40. Bucket Boys
41. Avey Tare’s Slasher Flicks
42. St. Vincent
43. Nonagon
44. Steve Dahl
45. Twin Peaks
46. Verma
47. The Razor and Die Show (WLUW)
48. Todd Trainer (Brick Layer Cake, Shellac)
49. Chief Keef
50. “Big” Roy Burgess (Metro)
51. Bruce Finkelman (Empty Bottle)
52. Bob Johnson (Empty Bottle)
53. Cheesie’s Pub & Grub mascot
54. Chris Ware
55. Touched by Ghoul
56. Nones
57. Cage the Elephant
58. Flip Bike Travis
59. Rachel Ries and Ari Bolles
60. Obnox (aka Lamont “Bim” Thomas)
61. Liars
62. Doozer (Fraggle Rock)
63. Tripping balls
64. Quimby(s) the Mouse